St george’s day

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St george’s day

  1. 1. St George’s Day The rose and the book
  2. 2. The rose and the book
  3. 3. <ul><li>The Day of Saint George commemorates George de Capadocia's death on April 23 of the year 303. San Jorge he is considered to be a boss of diverse nations and territories. In Spain he is a boss of the regions of Aragon and Catalonia, and of the localities of Caceres and Alcoy, between others. </li></ul><ul><li>In addition on April 23 it was declared the International Day of the Book by the UNESCO in 1996. San Jorge is also a boss of the scouts, for what April 23 is the day of the Scout. </li></ul>St George's Day
  4. 4. <ul><li>A traditional custom at this time was to wear a red rose in one's lapel , though with changes in fashion this is no longer common. Another custom is to fly or adorn the St George's Cross flag in some way: pubs in particular can be seen on April 23 festooned with garlands of St George's crosses. However, the modern association of the St George's Cross with sports such as football , cricket and rugby means that this tradition is rare outside this context. It is customary for the hymn &quot; Jerusalem &quot; to be sung in cathedrals, churches and chapels on St George's Day, or on the Sunday closest to it. </li></ul>Traditional custom
  5. 5. <ul><li>It counts the legend that in lands of Capadocia, though one speaks about Mont Blanc, there was a Dragoon that it was attacking to matador and desaster to the kingdom. The people decided that to avoid the assaults they would deliver a person every day to be devoured by the dragoon .Cada day a drawing was done and the above mentioned person was sent to the cave of the dragoon. A day of the drawing went out the name of the princess, who was voluntarily though many offered in his place. It was walking up to the haunt of the dragoon and when this one was going to devour her San Jorge appeared and rescued her. San Jorge killed to the Dragoon fixing the sword to him in the heart and of the blood that flew a rose was born. </li></ul>Legend
  6. 6. <ul><li>Tradicionalmenete in Catalonia the Diada Saint George is known as the St Valentine's Day. The persons exchange and give roses and books to his pair and dear persons. It is a tradition that the man gives a rose to the woman and the woman a book to the man. The rose is accompanied of a sign and a spike of wheat. The red color of the rose symbolizes the passion, the sign to the boss of Catalonia and the spike of wheat represents the fertility. </li></ul>St George in Catalonia
  7. 7. Dragon history The story is that a dragon makes its nest in the source that provides water to a city. As a result, citizens had to remove the dragon daily source for water. So each day a human sacrifice offered to be decided at random from the population. One day the princess was selected. In some stories featured the king, his father, asking for his daughter's life, but without success. When I was about to be devoured by the dragon, Jorge appears in one of his trips, he faces the dragon, kills him and saves the princess. The story of George and the dragon has many common elements with the ancient Greek myth of the Ethiopian princess Andromeda and her rescuer and later husband Perseus, the conqueror of the Gorgon Medusa. In both cases there is a dragon with his beheading, a princess and a reward in a case of marriage, on the other the conversion of the city. Some of the legends about George and the Dragon put the action in Libya, that is, action in both cases is in distant realms.
  8. 8. <ul><li>A seed that the rege plants with love and sweetness and takes care expecting to find a rose the qual to be able to give, with one so awaited day where they all that estan lovers were demonstrating the feeling that always has been are entered by me of his heart that alone late with the love that there give the girls who always have wanted. </li></ul>Poem St George

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